The Adverse Drug Reactions From Patient Reports in Social Media Project: Protocol for an Evaluation Against a Gold Standard

@inproceedings{ArnouxGuenegou2019TheAD,
  title={The Adverse Drug Reactions From Patient Reports in Social Media Project: Protocol for an Evaluation Against a Gold Standard},
  author={Armelle Arnoux-Guenegou and Yannick Girardeau and Xiaoyi Chen and Myrtille Deldossi and Rim Aboukhamis and Carole Faviez and Badisse Dahamna and Pierre Karapetiantz and Sylvie Guillemin-Lanne and Agn{\`e}s Lillo-Le Lou{\"e}t and Nathalie Texier and Anita Burgun and Sandrine Katsahian},
  booktitle={JMIR research protocols},
  year={2019}
}
BACKGROUND Social media is a potential source of information on postmarketing drug safety surveillance that still remains unexploited nowadays. Information technology solutions aiming at extracting adverse reactions (ADRs) from posts on health forums require a rigorous evaluation methodology if their results are to be used to make decisions. First, a gold standard, consisting of manual annotations of the ADR by human experts from the corpus extracted from social media, must be implemented and… CONTINUE READING

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